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Old 04-13-2010, 05:37 AM   #11
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Wow.

Never ever seen or heard of a Anemone twisting itself. Thats crazy.
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Old 04-13-2010, 08:10 AM   #12
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04.13.10 Twisted Anemone Update:

Still seems to be doing OK - for the most part it stays balled with most of the tentacles tucked away in the lower most quadrant of the tank...



I an debating if I should get in there and scrap whats left of the trunk off the rock or let the natural order of things take its course within the tank...



I have to think that it will eventually find a nice spot and re-attach itself. Right now it is not getting nearly enough light...

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Leave the stump be. It may well form a new anenome in time.
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Leave the stump be. It may well form a new anenome in time.
That would be something unique - to date I can find no information of such a event taking place. It will be interesting to see indeed.
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You'll be able to see if it starts rotting away and you can get it out then. So why not take a chance?
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You'll be able to see if it starts rotting away and you can get it out then. So why not take a chance?
Thats true. Right now the piece still looks healthy (I guess)... So we will see where it goes from here.
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